NCL cancels last cruise ship sailings left in March 2021
Any chance of cruises restarting in March for NCL has ended as of today.
Norwegian Cruise Line announced on Tuesday it has decided to push back the restart of the only cruise ships that were still scheduled to sail in March 2021.
Norwegian Encore, Norwegian Escape, and Norwegian Joy sailings have been suspended through and including March 31, 2021.
All other NCL sailings in March were previously suspended.
NCL's website was updated to reflect the news, "We have extended our voluntary temporary suspension of ALL voyages through March 2021. Previously, we had announced the suspension of cruises on all ships except Norwegian Encore, Norwegian Escape, and Norwegian Joy. Today, we have added those three ships to the list of cruises suspended through March 2021."
All guests with current and active bookings affected by this suspension will receive a 100% refund of the fare paid, back to the original form of payment.
There is no added action required by the guest to receive a refund.
Refunds will be processed automatically by NCL within 15 business days. Please then allow 7-10 business days from our processing date for funds to become visible back to the original form of payment (timing is dependent on individual financial institution’s policies).
For those reservations paid using a previously issued FCC, 100% of the FCC used will be re-applied to the guests’ Latitudes account within 7 days.
All guests with current and active bookings affected by this suspension will automatically receive a 10% OFF discount on their next NCL cruise, valid for all published sailings from through and including December 31, 2022. This 10% OFF discount will be applied to guests’ Latitudes profiles by Wednesday, December 30, 2020 and must be used within one year of issue date.